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Smart City project: How tech is critical to achieve success

India is on an upward trajectory towards achieving a significant level of economic success within this decade. Most market experts agree that one of the core drivers... India is on an upward trajectory towards achieving a significant level of economic success within this decade. Most market experts agree that one of the core drivers for this rapid expansion is owed to the burgeoning field of technology. ....readmore


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Change Delhi Landscape by Land Pooling Policy

Land Pooling Policy has been allowed by the Ministry of Urban Development; vide S.O.No - 2687(E), on 5th September 2013. This policy objective to avoid, selling of land without the owner’s acceptance. This policy guarantees essential changes in the way of achievement and growth and growth of land in Delhi. ....readmore


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Living in Smart City Delhi

Living in a smart city or near a newly planned national highway or airport? You may have to pay more taxes. Based on directives from the Prime Minister's Office, the Centre is preparing a policy on value capture financing (VCF) aimed at helping the government recover some of the premium that public infrastructure investments generate for private landowners, top officials said. ....readmore


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The journey to a smart city

Smart City interventions require an attentive reading of the city first—its layers, its basic infrastructure, its municipal balance sheets, its solid waste, its hoardings, its people and their stories. Paharganj in Delhi is a difficult place to place. “Yeh puraani Dilli hai,” said a restaurateur in one of the cramped, winding lanes of Paharganj, as he frowned at the construction dust falling in light layers through the ceiling of his establishment. ....readmore


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Dwarka-Gurgaon Metro Line Approved- L-Zone Just 3 Stops left from Gurgaon

Haryana chief minister, Manohar Lal Khattar established the news of state approval to execute the Dwarka-Gurgaon metro line project. This project will be implemented by DMRL (Delhi Metro Rail Corporation) from Dwarka Sector-21 to IIFCO chowk in Gurgaon Haryana. The way will cover Dwarka Sector-21, Palam Vihar, Kapeshera, Udhyog Vihar and IFFCO Chowk. ....readmore


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Most Important Highlights of the Delhi Master Plan 2021

A reasonable amount of creative and constructive thinking and introspection has been invested into the planning, formulation and intended implementation of the Delhi Master Plan 2021. Modernization and reorganization, moving the Delhi population positively were the measured factors. ....readmore


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Mountain terrain, kids zone in DDA’s Dwarka Cyclopark

In a move to promote cycling as a sport and an alternative mode of public transport, the Delhi Development Authority has planned an “adventure cycle park” in Dwarka. Spread over one hectare, the park will have a mountain-bike terrain, a circuit for races, a cafe and a kids’ zone, among other features. ....readmore


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DDA Land Pooling Policy Approved

The Ministry of Urban Development has approved the regulations for land pooling policy in Delhi, which will pave way for the development of about 100 residential projects across the outer part of the capital. The policy of Delhi Development Authority (DDA) was approved with five amendments, according to officials in the urban development ministry. The amendments include timely external development of necessary infrastructure by the DDA, enabling farmers in paying the development charges, ensure mandatory housing for economically weaker sections (EWS), transparency in allotment of returnable land and full utilisation of approved floor area ratio (FAR). ....readmore


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DDA Housing Scheme 2016

Delhi Development Authority has announced the plans about its upcoming DDA housing scheme 2016. The authority will offer flats in 18 projects in areas like Vasant Kunj, Dwarka, Narela, Kalkaji, Jasola and Rohini in 2016 housing scheme. Delhi Development Authority Housing Scheme 2016 – Latest updates, news, happening and events about the DDA housing scheme 2016 such as launch dates, application forms, registration procedure and much more. ....readmore


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Delhi to get new cricket stadium near Dwarka

NEW DELHI: International cricket may soon cut its long-term ties with the Ferozeshah Kotla and find a new home on the outskirts of the city. The Delhi and District Cricket Association (DDCA) is planning to build a brand new stadium between Dwarka and Najafgarh, close to former India opener Virender Sehwag's home and adjacent to the airport. The project is expected to be finished by 2020. ....readmore


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Land Pooling Policy

Land Pooling Policy has been permitted by the Ministry of Urban Development; vide S.O.No - 2687(E), on 5th September 2013. This policy purpose to avoid, selling of land without the owner’s approval. This policy assures fundamental changes in the way of attainment and development of land in Delhi. The first Master Plan of Delhi was formulated in the year 1961. The policy then of DDA’s was to acquire large chunks of land, directly from the land owners, at a price determined by DDA. DDA would then undertake the master planning and then sell / develop the land, piece by piece. When the land valuations were nominal, this process was suitable. ....readmore


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Appeal to Delhi Govt for Speed Up Delhi Land Pooling Implementation

Aam Aadmi appeals to the Aam Aadmi Government of Delhi to declare 89 villages as urban villages and 95 villages as development areas to fast track the implementation of the Delhi Land Pooling Policy ( LPP ). LPP has the potential to provide affordable apartments to 25 lakhs people, EWS flats to 3.75 Lakhs people and employment to 5 Lakhs people. ....readmore


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Venkaiah Naidu to visit Germany to promote investments in smart cities

Union Parliamentary Affairs Minister M. Venkaiah Naidu will attend a three day conference on India’s Smart City Mission to be held in Berlin, Germany fromtomorrow with the objective of furthering cooperation with Germany and promoting investments. Naidu will hold detailed talks with his German counterpart and senior officials on the roadmap for developing Bhubaneswar in Odisha, Kochi in Kerala and Coimbatore in Tamil Nadu as smart cities with German assistance. These three cities were identified for German collaboration further to Inter-Governmental Consultations between Prime Minister Narendra Modi and German Chancellor Dr.Angela Morkel in October,2015 in New Delhi. ....readmore


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Smart Cities Mission

Smart Cities Mission is an city restoration and retrofitting program by the Govt of Indian with a mission to develop 100 Town all over the country making them resident friendly and sustainable. The Union Ministry of Urban Development is responsible for implementing the mission together with situations government authorities of the respective City. The government of Indian under Prime Minister Narendra Modi has a vision of creating 100 smart cities as satellite towns of larger city and by modernizing the current mid-sized city. ....readmore


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Land Pooling Policy-All About It

Delhi Ready to Get Smart City, Land Pooling Policy to Boost Delhi Real Estate, Delhi to be Smart City, Delhi L Zone-Smart City of Delhi and many such titles has been a part of news headlines in Delhi Real Estate Market. However one thing that has been common in all these news headlines is – All of it is based on ‘Land Pooling Policy’ of DDA. Following are the questions consistently being asked by people who want to buy property in Delhi or DDA L Zone : What is Land Pooling Policy ? What is its impact on property buying and selling? Buyer must invest in pooled land or property ? ....readmore


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Real Estate Bill is an act now, may protect home buyers

NEW DELHI: The Real Estate (Regulation and Development) Bill, 2016, became an act on May 1, kick-starting the process of making rules as well as putting in place institutional infrastructure to protect the interests of home buyers in India. While acknowledging that the act is a positive development, property experts said the new rules should address problems faced by builders in getting sanctions and approvals in a timely manner. "Government authorities should also be made accountable .. for timebound approvals through the rules that will be made," said Anshuman Magazine, managing director of property advisory firm CBRE South Asia. ....readmore


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Smart cards to keep tabs on schoolchildren

NEW DELHI: Ensuring the safety of children studying in schools of South Delhi Municipal Corporation, the education department has initiated distribution of 'smart cards' to its students on a pilot project basis. The smart card has a microchip attached to it and every time a student enters or leaves the school premises, the parents and the principal receive a message alert. The gates of the schools will have radars which will read the smart cards and immediately, an alert message will be sent to both principal and parents informing about the physical location of the school children. The South Corporation has initiated the distribution in one of its schools in Vikaspuri and soon, these cards will be distributed to 20 schools in every zone. There are four zones under the jurisdiction of South Corporation. There are 589 schools under the jurisdiction of South Corporation which caters to ar ....readmore


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Second Odd-Even Scheme Ends, Arvind Kejriwal Terms It Success

New Delhi: The second phase of Delhi's odd-even traffic scheme aimed at battling pollution ended on Saturday evening with Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal calling it a success even as there were concerns over environmental impact of fires, including at two landfill sites. The 15-day second phase scheme, which started on April 15, saw fewer traffic tickets compared to the first phase but also more traffic on Delhi roads. Unlike the first phase held between January 1 and 15 this year, the second phase was held with schools open and in simmering heat. It also coincided with the parliament session. Some parts of the city reported congestion despite the scheme but there were stretches across the city where traffic moved swiftly. Mr Kejriwal on Saturday congratulated the people of Delhi for the scheme's "success". ....readmore


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DDA land pooling policy approved

The Ministry of Urban Development has approved the regulations for land pooling policy in Delhi, which will pave way for the development of about 100 residential projects across the outer part of the capital. The policy of Delhi Development Authority (DDA) was approved with five amendments, according to officials in the urban development ministry. The amendments include timely external development of necessary infrastructure by the DDA, enabling farmers in paying the development charges, ensure mandatory housing for economically weaker sections (EWS), transparency in allotment of returnable land and full utilisation of approved floor area ratio (FAR). ....readmore


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What is a 'smart city' and how it will work

PM Modi had announced his vision to set up 100 smart cities across the country soon after his government was sworn into power mid last year. Since then a race has been on among cities to land on the list that the ministry of urban development is compiling. The 100 smart cities mission intends to promote adoption of smart solutions for efficient use of available assets, resources and infrastructure. Dipak Dash explains what these smart cities are and how they will work. ....readmore


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Delhi Smart City

The definition of Intelligent Town differs from city to city and country to country, based on creating process, passion to improve and rebuild resources and desire of the town residents. The primary aim of this objective is to guide the places, how to produce effective results without excessive use of natural resources. To offer for the longings and needs of the people, social organizers preferably focused at creating the whole municipal eco-system, which is indicated by the four support beams of extensive development-institutional, physical, social and economic facilities. ....readmore


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Cities should get chance to plan their growth, says Modi

Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Thursday said private property developers should not decide how a city should grow and the decision should be taken by residents and the city leadership, as he unveiled three mega flagship urban schemes aimed at developing cities as engines of growth. Urbanisation should be viewed as an opportunity and urban centres should be viewed as growth engines, he said launching the Atal Mission for Rejuvenation and Urban Transformation (AMRUT), Smart Cities Mission, and Housing for All (Urban) here. ....readmore


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Delhi will have country's first smart city: M Venkaiah Naidu

NEW DELHI: Delhi will be developed into a "global city" and the country's first 'smart city' will be set up here to decongest the national capital and facilitate it with all modern amenities, Union Urban Development Minister M Venkaiah Naidu said here today. "We want to make Delhi a truly global city, having all latest and modern amenities and facilities that any other global city like London or San Francisco has. We want to have world-class entertainment venues like Disneyland or Universal Studios here," Naidu said. ....readmore